Andrej Grilc

Hagar Sharvit is an Israeli Mezzo-Soprano, Born in Tel-Aviv. After finishing her studies in the Buchmann-Mehta school of music, she moved to Europe and has been constantly singing there since 2011. Hagar participated and won prizes in several important singing competitions, she is the recipient of the 1st prize and audience prize in the Das Lied international song competition amongst others.

Upcoming events

friday

Dec 18

2020

Myrtle blossoms from Eden

Stuttgarter Philharmoniker

 

With Maestro Dan Ettinger and soprano Rinnat Moriah

saturday

Jan 9

2021

Monologues

Concert with Brad Cherwin, Clarinet; Ema Nikolovska, Mezzo-Soprano; Daniel Gerzenberg, piano.

 

Tonalie hall, Hamburg

postponed

tuesday

Jan 26

2021

Israeli Schubertiade

Concert with pianist Ammiel Bushakevitz

 

Mishkanot Sha’ananim, Jerusalem , Israel

postponed

saturday

Jan 30

2021

Israeli Schubertiade

Concert with pianist Ammiel Bushakevitz

 

Haifa, Israel

Postponed

Andrej Grilc

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...a striking discovery was mezzo-soprano Hagar Sharvit, who was an outstanding Zenobia. In her showpiece aria in the first act, “Son contenta di morire,” she displayed remarkably even articulated runs, and had the extended chest range for Handel’s initial casting of the role for a contralto. Her vocal intensity went well with a forceful stage presence, especially as she alternated between spitting rage and tender sweetness in the cavatina “Empio, perverso cor!״

Washington classical review

Charles T. Downey